England v Australia, Twenty20 final — live

May 16, 2010

We’re blogging from the final of the World Twenty-20 cricket in the West Indies, with the clash between England and Australia building towards a climax.

England are doing surprisingly well, but who would write off Australia after their semi-final comeback against Pakistan? Stay tuned … and remember, comments are extremely welcome…

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A cricket blog seems out of place amongst all the football blogs . I make this point because a radio programme was talking to a tennis star AND WAS SUDDENLY ASKING THE TENNIS STAR QUESTIONS ABOUT THE WORLD CUP FOOTBALL .Possibly i am wrong about that because i was trying to do other jobs and was not listening attentively enough to the radio .Please note that sports stars are often foreign and they may be able to cope with English language using words connected with their own particular sport. Asking the sports star questions about another sport is just “not on ” The star is giving up his or her time and to maintain star standard in journalism as well , i think it far better to stick to questions about that stars particular sport . Mixing a cricket report in with many footabll blogs might lead other interviewers to try “steering off “the main reason why the sports star has been chosen to give up his or her time ie the sports star is most likely expecting to be asked to talk about his/her own sport .Why give the sports star more hastle? Why give me this hastle ? I like headings and think they are important in life/There is no heading really to indicate the posts should be all about football so no mistake has been made but nevertheless it seemed important to make this point here ie a sports person is probably notdesirous of wasting time That sportsperson might consider it a waste of time if he or she is asked a question about another sport perhaps .

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